It is always very interesting to see how languages relate to each other. Most of the time it is easier knowing several languages from the same ‘branch’ because words and grammar is often similar. Often though, it means you generalise from one language to another and make mistakes anyway.
Experts differ on the details but most hold that there are 30 language families out there.
I enjoy checking language tree, and noticed that albanian language is missing !
Serbo-Croatian is not a language, it is a group of different languages
which are due to similarities politicians tried to unite but the
project fell through.
Srbian and Croatian language are two different languages, see documents:
Republike Austrije 16, 10000 Zagreb, Croatia
+3851 3783 888
Broj telefaksa (fax)
+3851 3783 803
*Ured Ravnatelja (Office of the Director)
+3851 3783 833
I love that language tree. It’s so thorough!